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iPOP at the Tribeca Film Festival Vol. 1

iPOP at the Tribeca Film Festival Vol. 1

by Brian Brooks

A slew of filmmakers turned out Wednesday morning fairly early for the Filmmaker's Breakfast sponsored by the DGA East at the TriBeCa Rooftop in Lower Manhattan. Executive director Peter Scarlet chatted up international filmmakers, and Tribeca co-founders Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff also worked the crowd. And, the night before, a distraught "cast member" of "Love Object" was turned away from the opening night party at the Winter Garden (OK, she's actually synthetic, but still...)










"Paris" star Bai Ling (right) with screenwriter/co-producer Steven Beschloss and producer Karen Dobson at the Tribeca opening night gala inside the Winter Garden in downtown Manhattan.


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"Nilofar in the Rain" director Homayoun Karimpour (France), Tribeca Film Festival executive director Peter Scarlet, "Forget Baghdad" director Samir (Switz.) and Saad Salman, (France) director of "Baghdad On/Off" at the Filmmaker's Breakfast held Wed. morning in TriBeCa, sponsored by the DGA East.


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Tribeca Film Festival co-founders Craig Hatkoff and Jane Rosenthal outside the Filmmaker's Breakfast.


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"Yossi & Jagger" producer Gal Uchovsky with "The Event producers Steven Hillyer and Tim Marback. On the far right is "Yossi & Jagger" director Eytan Fox at the event held at the TriBeCa Rooftop.


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"Confection" director Eva Saks with David Sigal, director of "The Look," taking time out between chit chat for a pose.


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Hanging out at the breakfast between muffins, pastry and juice, "Prey for Rock & Roll" director Alex Steyermark and "Lucky Ones" director Loren-Paul Kaplin.


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All dressed up and no where to go! Nikki, a "cast member" of "Love Object" (dir. Robert Parigi), did not make it past the velvet rope at the Tribeca Film Festival's opening night party Tuesday at the Winter Garden. Poor Nikki, New York's rising superstar synthetic sex-pot, was turned away while her fellow cast went in for the soiree. Instead, she had to be wheeled back to her car, and lamented her botched evening on the town.


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